Digitalising Development

Practical Info

The Digital Development Conference 2017 will take place at three great venues.
In addition, two hotels will offer special prices for our guests for 10–13 September.


Workshop Venue (11 September)

Lift 99, Telliskivi 60A, B-building, 2nd floor, Tallinn

Located at the center of the Telliskivi Creative City, next to round greenhouse.
Lift 99 is an unique co-working & event space for startups, creative teams and freelancers.


Icebreaker Venue (11 September)

Frenchy, Telliskivi 60A Building-B, Tallinn

Located in the Telliskivi Creative City, opposite to Vaba Lava Theatre.
Frenchy is a unique restaurant in Tallinn dedicated to French food and wine culture.


Conference Venue (12 September)

KUMU Art Museum, Weizenbergi 34, Tallinn

Kumu is the headquarters of the Art Museum of Estonia, as well as the largest and most impressive exhibition venue in Estonia.





Radisson Blu Olympia

Liivalaia 33, Tallinn

The hotel is located at the city center, short walk from Old Town, parks and shopping centers. Both Telliskivi Creative City and Kumu Art Museum are within short walk plus tram ride (Telliskivi tram line 1 and Kumu tram line 3 from Hobujaama stop).

  • Standard room 135 EUR/room. Price includes: breakfast, morning sauna, pool and gym, WiFi in the room. Rooms are on the floors 4-12.
  • Superior room 150 EUR/room. Price includes: breakfast, use of sauna, pool and gym for the whole day, WiFi in the room. Rooms are on the floors 15-24.

Rooms can be booked upon availability. You can book directly here, for booking by email please write to and use the code -DIGITA.


Go Shnelli

Toompuiestee 37, Tallinn

The hotel is 10 minutes walk from Telliskivi Creative City (less than 1 km) and a short walk from Old Town. Kumu Museum is reached by the trams 1 and 3 (change of line in Hobujaama stop).

  • Superior room 80 EUR/room. Price includes: breakfast, parking, WiFi.

Rooms can be booked upon availability. You can book directly here, for booking by email please write to  and use the code tech4dev.


If you have any questions, please contact us at


In English

About us

Estonian Roundtable for Development Cooperation (acronym: AKÜ) is an independent not-for-profit coalition of non-governmental organisations that work in the field of development cooperation or have expressed interest towards that topic.

AKÜ is located in Tallinn, Estonia.

AKÜ’s financial year lasts from January 1 to December 31.

AKÜ’s main goal is to improve the creation and implementation of development policy and informing the general public of the issues in development cooperation and their opportunities to participate in it.

AKÜ main acitivities include:

AKÜ’s work is regulated by the laws of the Republic of Estonia and AKÜ’s statute.

AKÜ’s members can be Estonian not-for-profit organisations and foundations that are active in the field of development cooperation.

AKÜ’s highest decision-making body is the General Assmebly. AKÜ also has a Council that is responsible for strategic planning and deciding on daily matters that cannot be brought to the General Assembly.

AKÜ’s legal representative is the Board, which is also responsible for managing the organisation’s staff.

The statute is approved by the General Assembly on May 14, 2009 in Tallinn.

Estonian Roundtable for Development Cooperation brochure (pdf)


MTÜ Arengukoostöö Ümarlaud

Estonian Roundtable for Development Cooperation

Telliskivi 60a, 10412
A3 building
Skype: terveilm

Staff Members:

Ms. Sigrid Solnik – Secretary-General,
Katrin Pärgmäe – Communications Officer, +372 56623823,
World Day/ Maailmapäev